Archived Webinar

Making Sense of Student Work: A Protocol for Teacher Collaboration

Recorded on November 17, 2014

Learn about the Making Sense of Student Work protocol, a new tool designed to help teachers analyze and interpret student work collaboratively.

The protocol builds on more than a decade of development and research by the Making Sense of SCIENCE project at WestEd.

In this archived webinar, teachers share their experience using the protocol to examine and learn from their students’ work. In addition, the protocol’s creators discuss its application in science, mathematics, and English language arts.

What You Will Learn

  • How the protocol provides a framework for teachers in all subjects to discuss student work and student thinking
  • Approaches to understanding the logic behind students’ correct and incorrect ideas
  • Methods to analyze and improve classroom formative assessment tasks
  • How WestEd can help schools and districts implement the protocol

View this archived webinar to learn more about the Making Sense of Student Work protocol. In addition, visit the Making Sense of SCIENCE website.

Webinar Presenter(s):

Lore Hare Lori Rubino-Hare Professional Development Coordinator, Northern Arizona University
Staceylyn Machi
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  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Ismael Ghanizadeh

    It is a great discussion among the most expert individuals in education field.

    • Colleen Montoya

      Hi Ismael, Thank you for your kind words and interest in our Making Sense of Student Work archived webinar! Please check back often on WestEd.org for products, services, projects, news, etc. related to this topic.

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